Transcript for Lady Gaga 'Doing Great' After Surgery
Thank you all and next in our "gma heat index." The superstar getting ready to get back to work on her album after that hip injury canceling her u.S. Tour. Where am i? Inside her born brave bus back on the road. It is right here now. It's up in times square only here on "good morning america" and spreading a very passionate message from mother monster. Take a look. ♪ I'm on the right track baby i was born this way ♪ get ready, little monsters. Lady gaga is recovering and working on new music. ♪ I'm on the edge of glory ♪ Reporter: Gaga's manager says she's doing wonderfully just one month after undergoing surgery saying "she's doing unbelievable" and is ready to get back to work on her new album "art pop." ♪ Better ♪ Reporter: Although she's home recovering the born brave bus tour will keep rolling on. Lady gaga's passion project, the born this way foundation launched the bus tour to inspire young people to be courageous and accept themselves. She told our robin roberts about her idea. It's an organization centered around anti-bullying and my mom are really passionate about that. This is our passion project. Reporter: In january gaga was seen in washington, d.C. At the official bus tour launch. Next stop new york city's times square this weekend. Her manager calls her new music album refreshing saying "i can't wait for the world to hear her new music and see her comeback healthy, strong and better than ever." Excited fans are eager to hear the new music and to see her -- ♪ just dance ♪ Reporter: And we are so happy to have dr. Sue swearer for the born this way foundation and emory from the youth advisory board and welcome you both to "good morning america" and thank you so much for bringing the born brave bus to us. Thank you very much. It's a thrill to be here. We're really excited. It's a thrill to be a part of this -- it's so important to do. How did you get involved? So in 2011 when lady gaga and her mom cynthia started the foundation they asked if I will be involved in the launch and i said, great, of course, they asked me to be the chair of the research advisory board. And emory? Well, when the foundation was creating the youth add advisory board they were looking for young people who were act ifs in their communities already and through my organization where i worked, I was nominated for teaching kids how to be constructive in a positive way. Applied and was accepted. How big of an impact has she had on stop bullying or cherishing yourself for who you are? It's just been huge in terms of the message of accepting individuality and acceptance and giving youth skills and resources to create a kinder, braver world and just the impact of the foundation in terms of partnering with viacom the berkman center at harvard, it's just incredible. And the born brave bus will be touring around from here, it heads to chicago. That's later in the month and we thank you, everybody, born brave and we thank you, lady gaga.
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